HealthDay (9/22, Reinberg) reports a study published in eClinical Medicine found “people aged 35 to 64 who had bad dreams weekly were four times more likely to have cognitive decline over the following 10 years, and older people were twice as likely to develop dementia.” Researchers evaluated data “on more than 600 adult men and women between the ages of 35 and 64” as well as “2,600 adults aged 79 and older who didn’t have dementia” and “also found that the risk for dementia tied to nightmares was stronger among men than women.” (SOURCE: APA Headlines)